Stroll through and be enthralled by the splendor of the gardens of Bucks County. From natural wildflower preserves to an Italian-inspired garden, Bucks County can satisfy everyone’s green thumb. Reconnect with nature and be surrounded by the shrubbery and flora at one of these amazing locations.
“Whether you’re coming for a day or the week, Bucks County has the perfect itinerary for your group,” said Jenna Worrell, business development and events coordinator for Visit Bucks County. “From wineries and breweries, to flavorful restaurants and historical art museums, to Main Street shopping and theaters, Bucks County has something for everyone in between.”
Peace Valley Lavender Farm
The scent of lavender welcomes visitors to the Peace Valley Lavender Farm in Doylestown. Explore the gift shop for lavender-inspired gift ideas. Come between June and July to see the never-ending lavender fields while they are in full bloom. The aroma and beauty of the flower-filled farmland is breathtaking.
Take a stroll through the gardens at Peddler’s Village. This 18th-century-inspired shopping village in New Hope features landscaped gardens throughout the 42-acre property, including a traditional Dutch-style tulip garden that brings the entire village to life when it blooms in spring.
Hortulus Farm Nursery & Garden Center
The Hortulus Farm Nursery & Garden Center in Wrightstown is “where history and horticulture meet” and is a haven for some of the rarest and most unusual species of flowers. Wander the 100-acre farm, explore the gardens, stroll along ponds and experience the rich history of horticulture at the museum and library.
The formal Tyler Gardens at Bucks County Community College were created to host extravagant gatherings. Now open to the public, this four-tier garden inspired by French and Italian design sits on an acre of land in Newtown. The garden features a variety of flowers and shrubbery, stone walls, staircases and a gazebo.
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